Audrey Kitching’s Photos – Buzznet


Audrey Kitching’s Photos – Buzznet.

 

This girl is fantastic! Somehow I’ve never heard of her, and stumbled across the page today as I was gathering together concept photos for an upcoming shoot. I love the way she uses colour, and remains classy yet socially challenging…. this is what I would love my modelling to become!

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I adore this blog post. Apart from the absolute beauty of these ice-men, what a powerful message it puts across! What a better way to raise attention to the effects of global warming than to put a huge representational display in a public place?
The power of people is amazing… it makes you wonder, if somebody did this in every capital city in the world, imagine the awareness it would raise. Why spend millions on advertising, when you could do this with a bucket of water and a freezer? Stunning.

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How cool (literally) is this?

In 2009, Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo carved these incredible tiny ice sculptures of men on the steps of Gendermenmarkt Square in Berlin. Aside from being beautiful, Azeveedo created the thousand miniature people to shed light on the effects of global warming and the World Wildlife Fund’s warning that melting ice could cause water levels to rise.

Needless to say, the tiny men didn’t stay sitting for long. The installation lasted till the last one melted in the heat of the day. Although a short exhibit, it sure was a powerful one.

 

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I love this! Now that my son is beginning to understand what i’m saying to him, I’m starting to empathise with blogs like this!

DENY DESIGNS

Tuesday funny: All The Things You Must Have Said To Your Children, In Poster Form. We ran across these absolutely hilarious masterpieces on DesignTaxi and felt obligated to share such comical pieces.

Iowa-based artist Nathan Ripperger has come up with a series of humorous yet adorable posters expressing the things he has said to his children. At the time, they may have been some serious situations, but looking back now, things that you might have said to your children seem pretty comical now.

If your words are still not going down well with your kids, perhaps these posters would be more effective? Then again, maybe not.

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